Dr. Tripathy has ~10 years of experience in teaching and Research. Prior to joining KIIT in 2012, she had the opportunity to teach at University of Cincinnati and Michigan State University as a teaching assistant. Dr. Tripathy hails from the state of Odisha, India and has earned her PhD in Physics from Michigan State University working under the supervision of Prof. Warren F. Beck in the Dept. of Chemistry and Prof. Lisa J. Lapidus Dept. of Physics. She had then worked with Prof. Robert M. Dickson at /georgia Inst. of Technology, USA as a post-doctoral researcher, following which she joined KIIT as an assistant professor. Her broad area of interest lies in the field of biophysical research. Duly inspired by her training in multidisciplinary research involving Physics, Chemistry and Biology, she is keen on exploring the dynamics of disease related proteins using various Laser spectroscopic probes. She is currently working on developing nanoclusters for pathological detection and therapeutic in collaboration with Dickson research group at Georgia Tech, USA.
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Awards & Honours
Dissertation Award from MSU 2009, JRF 2002, GATE 2002
1. Tripathy, J.*, Lu, Y-H , Islam, Md. S., Dickson, R. M., Single Photon vs Two Photon Excitation of Silver Nanocluster OIP Conference Proceedings (2020);
2. Tripathy, J.; Beck. W.F.; Unfolding of ZnCytc in the presence of Gdm+ ions: Is it a simple two state process? AIP Conference Proceedings 1832, 040027 (2017); http://doi.org/10.1063/1.4980229
3. Sahu, R., Mohapatra, S. K., Kar, B. B., Tripathy, J.* Porphyrin based MOF as platforms for application in imaging and drug delivery, Proceedings of DAE-BRNS Trombay Symposium (2014), 261-262
4. Tripathy, Jagnyaseni; Mueller, Jenny; Shepherd, Nolan; Beck, Warren; Dynamic Solvation and Coupling of the Hydration Shell of ZnII-substituted Cytochrome c in the Presence of Guanidinium Ions J. Phys. Chem. B, 2013, 117 (47), 14589–14598
5. Tripathy, J.; Beck, W. F. Nanosecond-regime correlation timescales for equilibrium structural fluctuations of metal-free cytochrome c from picosecond time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy and the dynamic Stokes shift. J. Phys. Chem. B, 2010, 114 (48), 15958-15968.